Beast Hunter as a series has actually been adhering to a pattern of releases for a long time now, where each new access is followed up the launch of a significant new “G Ranking” (or “Master Rank”, as it was employed Iceborne) development a long time later. With Beast Seeker Surge having launched simply lately, it stays to be seen when (or if) Capcom will announce a similar development for it, however information on that particular may currently be readily offered.
Capcom endured a rather devastating ransomware strike in 2014, as well as amongst the huge selection of information that were leaked for different upcoming video games, brand-new information on Monster Seeker Surge’s G Rank development were additionally included. As spotted by @AsteriskAmpers1 on Twitter, the G Rank development for Increase could include in between 20 to 30 brand-new monster (which will be based upon Western Yokai themes), five near places, expansions upon Silkbind attacks and also Switch Abilities, along with an alternative for players to miss the base video game of Increase as well as jump right to G Ranking. Evidently, this will be marketed as a full-priced growth, similar to Iceborne.
Of training course, it’s worth noting that these were Capcom’s strategies as of 2019, as well as there’s every opportunity that points might have altered because after that, so do not take this as concrete info just.
Meanwhile, back in the ranswomware leakages, the next mainline Monster Seeker game after Increase was also mentioned, as well as allegedly arranged for a 2023 launch.
Beast Hunter Surge is out now for Nintendo Switch, as well as is concerning PC in very early2022 The video game has actually currently delivered 5 million devices, and also will be obtaining a substantial brand-new update quickly.
2019 Rise G plans indicate in between 20 to 30 additional monsters. 5 extra phases. A straight-out avoid of base Rise choice. Western Yokai Motifs. And also a new component to further dig into Silkbinds as well as Switch Skills.
— AsteriskAmpersand (@AsteriskAmpers1) April 1, 2021
DLC (at complete rate like they did for Iceborne).
— AsteriskAmpersand (@AsteriskAmpers1) April 5, 2021